Cartoons and Comics are very useful in the process of explaining complicated topics, in a very light and humorous way. Like:  Source of These Cartoons
Here my five most favorite math-webcomics sites. (Click on images to visit them.)

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1. Team Oyeniyi says:

Mathematicians definitely have a unique sense of humour! 😆

1. Gaurav Tiwari says:

Actually, Art has a unique kind of mathematics and this causes humour.

2. Fergus! says:

Not a math webcomic as such, but I was rather amused by this little ‘math moment’ in the superhero webcomic Magellan…
http://magellanverse.com/?p=738

3. Michael Hellickson says:

I’m a math geek, so I enjoy reading the occasional comic strip that’s math related. Foxtrot – Surely, everyone knows this one. It occasionally has a lot of math humor but is currently on a Sunday only publication schedule.

4. Jacqui Murray says:

Great ones. I love Xkcd–hadn’t heard of the others.

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